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Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet - Jazz ā Vienne
Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet Ambrose Akinmusire (trumpet) Sam Harris (piano), Harish Raghavan (bass guitar), Justin Brown (drums) This young trumpet player (aged 36), an American of Nigerian heritage, has an impeccable background (from Berkeley High School to the first prize in the Thelonious Monk competition in 2007), but is much more than an impressive academic CV. He aims to create a personal world 'dedicated to beauty'. Akinmusire was born and raised in Oakland, California and first attracted the attention of the saxophonist Steve Coleman, who asked him to join Five Elements. Ambrose Akinmusire was then 19. He released his first album, 'Prelude (To Cora)', and moved to New York, where he played with Vijay Iyer, Aaron Parks, Esperanza Spalding and Jason Moran. In 2010, he worked with Terri Lyne Carrington, Ron Carter, Wallace Roney, Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. Everyone could see that this creative and surprising trumpet player would be a name to watch in contemporary jazz. This view was shared by the Blue Note label, who signed him up. The albums 'When the Heart Emerges Glistening' and 'The Imagined Savior is Far Easier to Paint' were released in 2011 and 2014. The artist draws his landscapes, visions, ideas and states of mind - pure grace! Akinmusire explores the two sides of his temperament: introspection and lyrical ebullience. In summer 2017, he released 'A Rift in Decorum - Live at the Village Vanguard', a double CD recorded at the legendary club in New York, featuring 16 new compositions in two wide-ranging sets, in defiance of gravity. Recorded on July 9, at the Festival Jazz ā Vienne TV Director, Fabien Raymon.
Jazz legends - Modern Jazz Quartet I
Modern Jazz Quartet II Avec John Lewis (piano) Kilt Jackson (vibraphone) Percy Heath (basse) Connie Kay (batterie) Playlist - 'Ralph's Nero blues' - 'Fugato from original sin' - 'Horo high the moon' - 'Pierrot' - 'Django' Recorded on1962 at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels TV Director, Serge Leroy.
Ron Carter "Golden Striker Trio" - Jazz ā vienne
Golden Striker Trio Ronald L. Carter (bass guitar ) Russel L. Malone (guitar) Donald Vega (piano) A hugely talented double bassist, gifted with a remarkable sense of melody and widely recognised for the finesse and elegance of his playing style, the American Ron Carter is a living legend. A musician of genius, he started out playing with Gil Evans, Lena Horne, Bill Evans, B.B. King, Dexter Gordon, Wes Montgomery, Eric Dolphy and Bobby Timmons. He then went on to win fame alongside Cannonball Adderley and Thelonious Monk and, of course, from 1963 to 1968, in the famous quintet formed by Miles Davis. Closer to us in time, Ron Carter became a respected musical leader in his own right in the Golden Striker Trio with Russell Malone and Mulgrew Miller ('Golden Striker' album, 2003) and opted, like Ray Brown towards the end of his life, for the legendary trio of piano/guitar/bass, first used by Nat King Cole and Art Tatum. This classical tradition is fully assumed by Miles' former bassist. In concert, the emotion often reaches a climax with one of his favourite songs, the standard 'My Funny Valentine'. A native of Michigan (born in 1937), Ron Carter won a Grammy Award in 1998 for the instrumental 'Call Sheet Blues' from the soundtrack of the film 'Round Midnight'. In 2010, he was made a Commander in the Order of Arts and Letters in France. Last year, his virtuoso association with the accordionist Richard Galliano enjoyed great success in France. A musical sense forged with tungsten, like the strings on his bass, and with all his elegance and freshness intact, the legend is back. Recorded on July 5, at the Festival Jazz ā Vienne TV Director, Fabien Raymond.
Rameau: Et in Arcadia ego at the Opéra-Comique
Et in arcadia ego Operatic creation on works by Rameau Les Talens Lyriques, Les Eléments, Christophe Rousset (Conductor) Lea Desandre (mezzo-soprano) Phia Ménard, with Jean-Luc Beaujault (Stage Director) Éric Reinhardt (dramaturgy) Recorded on February 9, 2018 at the Opéra-Comique, Paris TV Director, Olivier Simonnet .
The Orchestre Philharmonique de
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, Rauf Abdullayev (Conductor) Alim Qasimov (voix) Fikrat Amirov (1922 - 1984) Symphonic Mugham 'Kyurd Ovshary' Symphonic Mugham 'Gulustan Bayati Shiraz' Azerbaijani Capriccio 'Song of the blind Arab' from the opera 'Sheikh Sanan' Recorded at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo, 12 May 2019 Directed by Franįois-René Martin .
Rauf Abdullayev - Documentary
Boxe Boxe by M. Merzouki - Käfig company
Boxe Boxe Choreography by Mourad Merzouki Musical conception, Quatuor Debussy and AS'N Music performed by Quatuor Debussy (Christophe Collette, Dorian Lamotte, Vincent Deprecq et Seok Woo Yoon) Käfig Company Lights, Yoann Tivoli, Scenography Benjamin Lebreton Costume, Emilie Carpentier With Rémi Autechaud, Guillaume Chan Ton, Aurélien Desobry, Magali Duclos, Frédéric Lataste, Mourad Merzouki, David Rodrigues, Steven Valade, Teddy Verardo Performance and humour, playfulness and defiance, all in a single choreography! True to its origins, Mourad Merzouki's style retains the lyricism, punch and spirit of its urban roots. It is also an 'open window on the world', revealing the scope of the choreographer's artistic project. With clenched fists and open arms! Recorded on 2010 at the Biennale de la danse de Lyon TV Director, Charles Picq.
Yo Gee Ti De Mourad Merzouki - Dance Biennal of Lyon
Yo Gee Ti Choreography by Mourad Merzouki Pičce for 10 dancers - Creation 2012 Company Kafig Music : AS'N Musicians : Dorian Lamotte, Yi-Ping Yang With Kader Belmoktar, Chen Hung-Ling, Bruce Chiefare, Sabri Colin, Erwan Godard, Hsieh Yi-Chun, Kan Han-Hsin, Kao Hsin-Yu, Nicolas Sannier, Chien-Wei Recorded at the Dance biennial of Lyon TV director, Luc Riolon.
Evgeny Kissin at the Verbier Festival: Chopin, Schumann, Debussy, Scriabin
Evgeny Kissin (piano) Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) Three Nocturnes Robert Schumann (1810-1856) Piano Sonata no 3 in F minor op. 14 Claude Debussy (1862-1918) Eight Preludes Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915) Piano Sonata no 4 in F sharp major op. 30 Claude Debussy (1862-1918) Golliwog's cakewalk Recorded 22 July 2018 at the Verbier Festival TV Director, Pierre-Martin Juban .
Hannu Lintu and the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne: Debussy, Mantovani, Schumann
Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, Hannu Lintu (Conductor) Isabelle Moretti (harp) Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918) Petite suite for chamber orchestra (arr. David Walter) Danses sacrée et profane for harp and string orchestra Bruni Mantovani (b. 1974) Danse libre Robert Schumann (1810 -1856) Symphony no 1 in B flat major, op. 38, 'Spring' Enregistré ā la Salle Métropole, Lausanne, 12 juin 2018 .
Jazz legends - Trio Earl Hines, Roland Haynes & Wallace Bishop
Trio Earl Hines, Roland Haynes & Wallace Bishop With Earl Hines (piano) Roland Haynes (bass) Wallace Bishop (Drums) Playlist - 'I've got the world on a string ' - ' I'm a little brown bird looking for a blue bird ' - ' Portrait of Fats Waller ' - ' Black coffee ' - ' Boogie woogie on St. Louis blues Recorded on 1966 at Comblain-la-Tour.
Orlando Poléo - Jazz ā Foix
Orlando Poleo - congas Simon Ville - timpani Carlos Esposito - percussions Félix Toca - bass Renaud Palisseaux - piano Allen Hoīst - sax, flute Philippe Slominski - trumpet .
Kamasi Washington - Jazz sous les Pommiers
Kamasi Washington Kamasi Washington, saxophone tenor Rickey Washington, Flute / Saxophone soprano Ryan Porter, trombone Brandon Coleman, keyboard Robert Miller, drums Miles Mosley, double bass Tony Austin, drums Patrice Quinn, voice Kamasi Washigton's apprenticeship is incredible: Lauryn Hill, Raphael Saadiq, Snoop Dog, Kendrick Lamar. So it is not surprising to discover that his triple album 'The Epic' was released in 2015 on the electro and rap and instrumental label Brainfeeder. Respectful to his elders (Dolphy, Coleman, Mingus.) but free of musical clans, the powerful Californian saxophonist, a real phenomenon, assures his singularity on stageg Mixing audiences and generations around a music with an electrifying groove, he takes in all of the heritage of the Great Black Musici Recorded on May 11, 2018 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival Réalisation, Laurent Hasse et Thierry Villeneuvev.
Gary Bartz invites Kirk Lightsey Trio - Jazz ā Foix
Gary Bartz (sax) Kirk Lightsey (piano) Tibo Soulas (doublebass) Sangoma Everett (drums).
Ricky Ford Quartet - Jazz ā Foix
Ricky Ford (sax tenor) Kirk Lightsey (piano) Gilles Naturel (bass) Doug Sides (drums).
Jazz legends - Modern Jazz Quartet I
Modern Jazz Quartet II Avec John Lewis (piano) Kilt Jackson (vibraphone) Percy Heath (basse) Connie Kay (batterie) Playlist - 'Ralph's Nero blues' - 'Fugato from original sin' - 'Horo high the moon' - 'Pierrot' - 'Django' Recorded on1962 at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels TV Director, Serge Leroy.
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Harold Lopez Nussa Trio - Jazz ā Porquerolles
Harold Lopez Nussa Trio Harold Lopez Nussa (piano) Ruy Adrian Lopez Nussa (drums) Gaston Joya (bass) Harold Lopez Nussa is a Cuban pianist who comes from a family of musicians. When you hear him it seems as if he is the custodian of all the musical traditions of the Caribbean, open to all the influences from Africa and the Americas without even mentioning the great European classical composers. It is an indication of just how much music lives within him and how he never ceases to want to share it with us. On stage, Harold Lopez overflows with expression just like everything which characterizes 'feeling' in Cuban music which is savoured with a shot of rum in the ears. Harold Lopez the direct descendent of the great Cuban pianists, Cucho Valdez, Carlos Maza, Roberto Fonseca, pianists who irresistibly make you get up off your seat and dance. Recorded on July 9, 2018 at the Jazz ā Porquerolles Festival TV Director, Frank Cassenti.


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